As we wind down for the year, this week I'm going to share my favourite articles I have written this year in 2022! After 7 years of LLIFS I always worry I'll run out of things to write about but it is the opposite. So many choices, and so many questions!
In all honesty, when I was scrolling through the year that was and re-reading the articles and research, it was really hard to pick favourites. Everything I write about intrigues me in some way and I put my heart and soul into every word I write so every article is close to me and could be on my favourites list. Anyway, I had to make a list so these are the ones I guess I am most proud of. They steer away from a lot of the typical articles you might see circulating on blogs and I always try to offer something a little different. I hope you have enjoyed 2022 with LLIFS and there is plenty more to come in 2023. Thank you for your support and friendship and I can't wait to see what we uncover and explore together in 2023!
Here is the best of LLIFS for 2022! What was your favourite? What do you want to see me write about in 2023?
It has long been thought that ESP occurs inside the depths of the subliminal mind meaning a person is often unaware it is even happening. Studies indicate that our bodies produce physical and emotional responses when using ESP that can be measured by an instrument called a plethysmograph. What role could unconscious ESP play for paranormal investigators?
From a disembodied voice, clairaudience to mistaken identity, let's look at some of the different ways a person could hear voices and what could cause them. Are they paranormal or just normal?
Here are some different ways that paranormal investigators are making use of LiDAR and Face ID technology.
There are a lot of stories that are associated with paranormal locations. Some of it is historical, and some are probably even made up or born from myth. It makes me wonder if we as paranormal investigators get so caught up in the story that we are desensitised to gruesome happenings.
Many cultures from different countries have different myths/folklores or spirits to fear or worship. This short series looks at the different ghosts from around the World! Today's ghost is the Onryō
Could Cryptids be a form of psychic projection?
One of the more infamous stories related to analytical psychologist Carl Jung was that of the shattered breadknife. There seemed to be no one more intrigued by this story than famous parapsychologist J B Rhine.
Houdini was involved in debunking many spiritualists, including those who practised spirit photography. There was however one photo that supposedly had him stumped. Is this the photo Houdini couldn't explain?
n a book I am reading (for the 100th time) something is standing out today more than ever. It talks about people using deception as a means to expose deception. After looking more into 'Project Alpha' and how it all went down and comparing it to the paranormal field and social media, I have to wonder, do two wrongs make a right?
Many people go missing each day and have done so for centuries. When looking into the disappearance and circumstances surrounding some of these occurrences within National Parks around the World, ex police officer David Paulides created the CanAm Missing project. Dubbed as the Missing 411, he is dedicated to understanding the complexity and issues of searching, rescuing and investigating people missing in the wilds throughout the world with some unusual theories along the way. Let's explore the missing 411 and also discuss some of the ethical considerations.
There is much written about humans who were thought to possess telepathic abilities. There was however a very famous horse who was said to not only possess psychic ability, but she helped the police solve mysteries! Her name was Lady Wonder, the mind reading mare. Was she really psychic or was she picking up on her owner's visual cues?
Do you ever know who is calling you before your phone rings? Let's look into telephone telepathy and work that has taken place in this area.
When a person unknowingly hates a sound so much, Misophonia can trigger an episode of rage and a person's fight or flight response to go crazy without them even knowing. How could this apply during a paranormal investigation?
Do we need to name or label something just to understand it? Does the paranormal fall under the umbrella of cargo cult science? How can we better present our findings and information?
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